Today is Fashion Revolution Day, 2 years on from the devastation of the Rana Plaza factory collapse when 1133 people lost their lives and over 2500 were injured. An ever growing group of fashion designers,industry insiders, academics, writers, bloggers and ethical fashion advocates are determined that those lives won’t be forgotton and are continuing to call for change in the fashion industry. For Fashion Revolution Day, consumers are encouraged to ask their favourite brands #whomademyclothes on social media.
Over at My Green Closet, you can check out a fab ‘Haulternative’ video focussing on updating or mending old or used clothes.
In her post Defining the Future of Fashion Faye Lessler talks about an event in New York to mark Fashion Revolution Day.
Green Issues Singapore – How to Explain Fashion Revolution Day to Kids
Children are so important to the future of the fashion industry and in her Fashion Revolution Day post Agy explores how to discuss these issues with children.
At Eco Warrior Princess, Jen gives some great tips for Fashion Revolution Day on how individuals and bloggers can make a difference.
The Note Passer blogs about what has happened since the Rana Plaza and how we can continue to call for change in the fashion industry.
Over at my blog, ethicalfashionblog.com I have been looking at a number of brands in my wardrobe and asking the question who made my clothes?
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Are you joining the Fashion Revolution? you can find out more here